Max speed possible with R600 and intel 9560?

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Hi all, 

I have got a R600 unleashed and a intel 9560 card, both should do 1300mbs at 5ghz accoording to the specs.. But I am stuck at 866mbs in windows. In real life I get 500mbs and that is great but looks it could go faster but how or with what settings?

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Jeroen
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Perfect vacuum, within 10'...?  Real life environment will result in less than absolute numbers.  What can you stream at > 866mbps?
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yes I get that but but the theoretical speeds are 54 150 300 450 866 and I asume 1300 because of the specs. I am not talking about what you get in real life. I only saw on google a 1.5gbs connecton on a intel killer card.
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so after more reading I guess it's in the channel wide, my intel can do 160 on two annetnnas and the ruckus can do 80.

Am I right ?

Intel
https://ark.intel.com/products/99446/Intel-Wireless-AC-9560

the r600
https://www.ruckuswireless.com/products/access-points/ruckus-indoor/ruckus-r600


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so after more reading I guess it's in the channel wide, my intel can do 160 on two annetnnas and the ruckus can do 80.

Am I right ?

Intel
https://ark.intel.com/products/99446/Intel-Wireless-AC-9560

the r600
https://www.ruckuswireless.com/products/access-points/ruckus-indoor/ruckus-r600


like here is written
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11ac

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Yes, channel width is directly proportional to maximum throughput.
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1.3Gbps is achieved using 3x3:3 at 80MHz channel width.
That's transmitting on 3 antennae, receiving on 3 antennae with 3 parallel streams of data.

From reading the specification data sheet shared in the link above, it appears that this Intel card is capable of 2x2.

The same data rate can be achieved using 2 antennae, but only when using a channel width of 160MHz, which is not supported by the Ruckus R600.
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